• Case Studies of Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Development at a State University
    Edinburgh Between Counselling and Research: A Radical Argument for the Power of Example Drawing on debates in critical social science, this paper advances a radical argument for the qualitative case study as a crucial and powerful approach to counselling research. I discuss...
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  • msw social work
    National Guidelines National AIDS Control Programme National Institute of Health Islamabad Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) Pakistan Counselling for HIV/AIDS 1 PREFACE E ver since the beginning of AIDS epidemic in 1981, the number of people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS is on...
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  • career counseling
    CAREER COUNSELLING COMPENDIUM OF METHODS AND TECHNIQUES Edited by Mihai JIGĂU Bucharest, 2007 Authors: Mihai JIGĂU, Ph.D Lumini a TĂSICA, Ph.D Angela MUSCĂ, Ph.D Mihaela CHIRU Petre BOTNARIUC Irina COZMA Speran a IBU Other contributors to this Compendium: Carmen AVRAMESCU Bogdana...
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  • Abc Diploma in the Theory and Practice of Counselling (Therapeutic Work) Level 4. Counselling Specialisms Report
    COUNSELLING THE PROBLEMATIC DRINKER FROM THE PERSON-CENTRED PERSPECTIVE WORD COUNT: 2749 ACKNOWLEGEMENTS The writer gives thanks to:  Paul, for caring enough to challenge; for always seeing their potential and facilitating movement towards it, even when the writer doesn’t see it themselves...
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  • Critically Evaluate Three Counselling Intervention / Techniques and Use This Evaluation to Reflect on the Application of the Humanistic Theory in Counselling Practice and How They Contribute to the Effectiveness of the Process.
    By definition; counselling interventions and techniques can be described as a unique interrelationship between a client and a counsellor, with the sole aim to promote a change and growth and encourage a shift in behaviour towards fulfilling his or her human potential. (Feltham & Horton, 2006) It...
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  • What Is Your Understanding of the Basic Elements or Principles Inherent to Psychodynamic Counselling as Expressed by Lawrence Spurling in “an Introduction to Psychodynamic Counselling?”
    principles and elements that encompass psychodynamic counselling. The relationship between therapist and client is paramount to the counselling process and is a defining feature in psychodynamic theory. The therapeutic dialogue between client and counsellor is vital for this therapeutic process. Through adopting...
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  • Guidance from Website
    resources) and in self-direction (ability to solve problems, make choices and decision on one‘s own). 1.2.2 Guidance and Education; Guidance and Counselling, Guidance and Education : The aim of education is to achieve the fullest possible realization of possibilities inherent in the individual. Education...
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  • Support Client
    List the common aspects of effective counselling therapies. Client/extra therapeutic factors. Relationship factors. Placebo hope and expectancy. The Therapy Model. (Australian College of Applied Psychology, Manual, 2012). 2. Identify five common counselling therapies and briefly explain the principles...
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  • Ird Report
    A project report on “Need and emerging trends in professional counselling services in India” Integrated Research Dissertation report Submitted to aURORA’S bUSINESS sCHOOL In Partial Fulfilment of the Integrated Research Dissertation Programme of Post Graduate Diploma in Management...
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  • Counselling
    A PROJECT REPORT ON THE EMERGING SERVICES OFFERED BY COUNSELLORS IN VARIOUS FIELDS SUBMITTED BY BHARATHI JAYARAMAN (3026) KAVITA JAISWAR (3025) SHRINIVAS KOTA (3041) KADIR KHAN (30) SUPRIYA SAWANT (30) MMS BATCH: 2012-14 TO UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI FOR THE DEGREE OF THE MASTERS OF MANAGEMENT...
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  • Discuss How the Skills and Practises Used by a Professional Counsellor Differ from Those Used in Other Helping Relationships. in Addition We Would Like You to Evaluate Your Own Qualities and Skills and Identify What
    practises used by a professional counsellor differ from those used in other helping relationships. In addition we would like you to evaluate your own qualities and skills and identify what you think it is necessary to do to progress in the profession.” Part 1 Counselling can be defined as a form of...
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  • compare and contrast three core theories of counselling
    Compare and Contrast the Three Core Theories of Counselling The British Association for Counselling’s Code of Ethics and Practice for Counsellors states that ‘Counselling may be concerned with developmental issues, addressing and resolving specific problems, making decisions, coping with crisis, developing...
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  • Gestalt in Practice
    A. This report will conceptualise a hypothetical client, using the application of Gestalt methods whilst relating to Gestalt theory to analyse the client’s issues. C athy is a 45-year-old woman who’s been referred for counselling by her GP; she has been referred because of her 20 year bouts of depression...
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  • assgmnt
    2.0 Counselling Report Introduction In strengthening skills of teachers in guidance and counselling services in school, we are assigned to complete few tasks during the first month of the practicum. My friends and I managed to record only one counselling session as the counsellor was busy attending...
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  • Counselling
    attend counselling for many different reasons.   Windy Dryden (2006) says it is basically a person’s desire to rid themself of some kind of personal pain due to life’s adversities, or character traits which may be hindering a fulfilling life (p.5).   She also notes that attending counselling as a course...
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  • Critique
    taped session I had with the client. In addition I will analyse the process of my ability and demonstrate my own awareness in the therapeutic relationship. I have built up an established therapeutic relationship with the client over the last five sessions. The Client is having ongoing difficulties...
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  • Sexuality and Gender in the Therapeutic Relationship
    is a minefield awaiting the counsellor who has not given much time in the study of gender issues in the therapeutic relationship. When we enter a room to see a client, we are encouraged to bring ourselves as a complete person, so we can create a relationship with the client, and thus facilitate the changes...
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  • Counselling Skills in the Workplace
    The Role of counselling skills in the workplace This paper seeks to explore the role of counselling skills in the workplace, the benefits and how it can be used to enhance employee performance. In order to exhaustively analyze the role and importance of its use in resolving workplace issues, this...
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  • Ethics of a Professional
    Write a 15-20 pages paper presenting your understanding of the role of professional ethics as it relates to the counselling and consulting profession. Your paper should be typed, double-spaced, and written in academic style. References should be cited using the APA Referencing format. ...
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  • DESCRIBE PSYCHODYNAMIC, BEHAVIOURAL, COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL AND HUMANISTIC COUNSELLING THEORIES AND PRACTICE AND EXPLAIN WHICH ONE YOU WOULD PREFER TO USE
    Contents Introduction In this essay I'm going to describe and evaluate the core theoretical perspectives in counselling, behavioural, cognitive behavioural, humanistic and psychodynamic theories, the view of the person in therapy, the blocks to functioning of the person in therapy and the goals...
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